Category Archive: Goal Setting

Aug 15

Get Your House Clean in Ten Minutes A Day? Simply Clean Shows You How.

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Becky Rapinchuk runs a successful business concentrating on cleaning your home. Which by the way is a never ending job of ill repute that never seems to get completely done. Simply Clean made me feel like Becky is my personal cleaning cheerleader. She is so over the top happy about cleaning that it pushed me …

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Mar 16

Totally Different Perspective What Family Really Means? Read The Other F-Word.

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THE OTHER F-WORD WRITTEN BY NATASHA FRIEND—-SPERM DONOR DAD— “A teen girl who was conceived via in vitro fertilization goes off in search of answers about her past.” The Other F-word revolves around a totally different concept, that is well conceptualized, moves along very fast, is entertaining and kind of fun, and involves two teens …

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Mar 14

Learn How To Utilize Your Particular Set Of Skills With Stretch

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STRETCH BY SCOTT SONENSHEIN—Stop comparing yourself to other people— I am a firm believer in reading books to make your life better. Reading is much better for you and raising your intelligence than watching TV, or Netflix. So when A really good book comes along from a person who conceptualizes a great idea, I feel …

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Mar 03

YOU’VE GOT TO READ LOCALLY LAID: FUNNY, AND INSPIRING REAL LIFE STORY!

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LOCALLY LAID WRITTEN BY LUCIE B. AMUNDSEN—Not just another I started a new business story! Jason Amundsen and his wife go out for date night while he starts extolling to his writer wife how he wants to start a business selling farm fresh, all natural chicken eggs. Lucie, who has already moved once for her …

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Feb 14

The Undisputed King Of Fiction Scores Big With The Black Book!

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THE BLACK BOOK BY JAMES PATTERSON AND DAVID ELLIS—-One of James Patterson’s best books in A Long Time! James Patterson has a record to keep going. According to his publisher, “He has written more bestsellers and created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today.” I guess that makes James Patterson the undisputed …

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Jan 31

TACO TUESDAY: Skipping Breakfast Can Lead to Heart Disease or Stroke

TACO TUESDAY—-MY HUSBAND WAS RIGHT! Skipping breakfast or eating late in the day could raise the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and obesity according to a new study. The study from Columbia University suggests that the time we eat our meal is equally as important as what we eat. Writing in the American Heart Association …

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Sep 15

THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF IVAN ISAENKO: THE MOST HEART WRENCHINGBUT IRRESISTIBLE BOOK OF THE YEAR!

THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF IVAN ISAENKO BY SCOTT STAMBACH— 17 year old Russian Ivan Isaenko lives in a hospital which he calls an asylum for children. He has been living in the hospital since he was an infant due to his infirmities. He only has one arm, no legs and translucent skin. He is very …

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Aug 10

THE DOLLHOUSE SHINES SO BRIGHTLY: Needs to be Made Into A Movie

THE DOLLHOUSE BY FIONA DAVIS—Needs to be made into a movie! Remarkable, adventurous, fast paced, inventive, storytelling at it’s very best! The Dollhouse written by Fiona Davis packs two main stories about several women all living at the Barbizon Hotel for Women in New York City in 1952 and in 2016. The Dollhouse is Fiona …

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Mar 31

THE HAPPINESS EQUATION IS THE BIBLE OF SELF HELP BOOKS!

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THE HAPPINESS EQUATION WRITTEN BY NEIL PASRICHA— Usually business and self help books are dull. Let’s face it, they are written to get points across, but authors do not realize they are in the entertainment industry. HELLO—that’s what writing a truly good book is about! Neil Pasricha gets it! He wrote an outstanding book packed …

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Mar 17

Thinking Thursday: TEENS: Eat Your Veggies and Fruits: Fight off Breast Cancer!

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A Harvard study suggests that eating high fiber foods can reduce the risk of breast cancer. And it starts in the teen years! Women who chow down on more high-fiber foods during adolescence and young adulthood—especially fruits and veggies—have a lower risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new large-scale study from Harvard. Researchers …

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